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"Meg is amazing! She is so patient with my 4 year old beginner and my little girl loves tennis and Meg!"
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Fred L.

Augusta, GA
$107 / session
  • USPTA certified with 25 years of teaching experience
  • Pre-adolescent to Tour Profesional, Adults and Teams

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Close-Up: The Tennis Scene In Augusta, GA

If you’re in Georgia’s beautiful city of Augusta, located near the Savannah River, check out some of the great tennis offerings. Newman Tennis Center (NTC) is a municipal tennis program, operated by Augusta Parks and Recreation. NTC puts on between 11 and 14 tennis tournaments per year as well as offering beginner lessons for both adults and junior players. It has 18 hard courts, 14 of which are lighted. There are multiple membership options: monthly, quarterly, semi-annually, and annually, as well as a pay-per-play option for non-members.

The Fleming Tennis Center (FTC) is another public tennis facility in Savannah run by the city Parks and Recreation department. FTC hosts programs put on by the M.A.C.H. Academy, which stands for Mentory, Academics, Computers, and Healthy Recreation. M.A.C.H programs are affiliated with the United States Tennis Association-National Junior Tennis & Learning (USTA/NJTL). FTC has 11 lighted courts.

Tennis players looking to compete should check out the Central Savannah River Area Tennis Association (CSRATA) is a community that organizes tennis competitions throughout parts of Georgia and South Carolina. CSRATA puts on events for adult and junior players, beginning with PeeWees and going up to Senior players.

Featured PlayYourCourt Coach Providing Tennis Lessons In Augusta, GA

Fred L. is our featured coach providing tennis lessons in Augusta! Fred brings with him a USPTA certification and 22 years of teaching experience. Fred was the National Zonal Team Coach of the year and played for Dr. Bryce Young. He truly loves the game and his kid tennis lessons or adult tennis lessons are always engaging and positive. Fred also likes to encourage the competitive spirit in his tennis lessons so don't be surprised when you are joining a league after a few weeks with him. If you want quality tennis lessons in Augusta, Fred is an excellent choice!

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